Happening at the Library, Online!
Week of April 12 - April 18, 2021
Visit Old Westbury Gardens
The cherry and dogwood trees, the daffodils and tulips, and other flowers are beginning to bloom at Old Westbury Gardens. What an enchanting garden to visit on a beautiful spring or summer day! No reservations are required if you use our FREE pass which admits two adults and children under 17 from the same household.
Virtual Events for Adults
Tasty Tomatoes on Zoom
Thursday April 22, 7:00pm
Join Cornell Cooperative Extension for this presentation which explains the best way to choose, store and prepare fresh tomatoes. Featured recipes include homemade salsa, tomato soup, stuffed tomatoes and shrimp pasta with roasted tomato and chili sauce.



“Copperline: The James Taylor Experience: A Filmed Concert,” via YouTube
East End Libraries Present Copperline brings you an intimate performance reminiscent of James Taylor's shows at the Troubadour and the Beacon Theater with Carole King. In addition to his timeless songs, hear stories about his life and insights behind his lyrics. JT's music really makes you feel good, so don't miss it! 
Breathe Together
Tuesdays
April 13 - April 27, 10:00am
A 20 minute class on Zoom to practice the kind of deep breathing that fosters calm well-being and can improve health and outlook.
Youth and Parenting Department


Spend some time in the past, solve a mystery or enjoy short stores with the American Girl Book Collection. Want to sit back and enjoy popcorn while watching the American Girl DVD’s, you can do that as well with the Binge Box.  This collection is newly organized and ready for your enjoyment.
Get ready for summer 2021! We will use the online program READSquared again this summer. Good news, if you made an account last year you are all set. Summer reading begins Monday June 28th, the first day you can log in. Join us for this year’s theme: Tails and Tales as each week our take home kits feature a different continent as we work our way around the globe. Programming will be both virtual and limited in person. Watch our weekly enewsletter as well as the online calendar for happenings.
Follow us on Facebook. On Monday 4/12 Mrs. L reads A Stone Sat Still by Brendan Wenzel. Then on Thursday 4/15 enjoy the book The Cow who Clucked by Denise Fleming.
Missed a recent story or program? Head over to our YouTube Channel located on the website under Youth and Parenting just above the calendar.
There is a permanent link on our website, Under Youth and Parenting,
just above the calendar.
Stop in, call, or email us if you have any questions,
need our assistance or just to say hello. 631-298-4134 Line 2
Teens
Lemon Blueberry Scones with Chef Rob
Tuesday April 13 - While Supplies Last
Enjoy delicious Lemon Blueberry Scones, courtesy of Chef Rob! All dry ingredients will be provided in a grab-and-go kit and participants will be emailed an instructional video. Teens must provide their own dairy ingredients and blueberries.
Friends' Scholarship
Teens in Mattituck and Laurel are eligible to receive the Mattituck-Laurel Library Friends' Scholarship Award.

Applications Due May 4

Stop in to pick up a paper application or...
D.I.Y. Tote Bags
Decorate your own tote bags, fabric markers and bag provided. Use your bag for school, as a beach tote, for library books, sports, etc. Get creative and free-hand your design or use stencils, iron-ons, etc. Stencils and embellishments not included.

Take this project home today.
Spring 2021
Schedule of Teen Events
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QuaranTEENS
Click below for a list of community service opportunities for teens to do at home!
Monthly Guessing Jar
Try your luck with our monthly guessing jar contest! Guess how many items are in the guessing jar located in our teen space. The teen who guesses the closest without going over will win a prize!
To register for programs call 631-298-4134 line 2 or email sara.colichio@mattlibrary.org